Connor Webster from the LSU AgCenter calls into the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to talk about this year’s weed control in rice. Connor is a recent graduate of […]
Weed scientists are warning that persistent drought in the northern Midwest in 2021 may have left behind more than just shriveled yields. Herbicides might also be lurking in the soils, […]
The 2021 field corn production season has not been great. Cold, cloudy, wet weather has many farmers scratching their heads about the way some of their fields look. There are […]
The past two weeks, we’ve received a number of calls regarding injured soybean plants during emergence. Additional questions include “What caused this?” and “Do I need to replant?” The following […]
The stage is set for dense stands of winter annual weeds this spring. Conditions were right last season for abundant weed seed production, plus the relatively mild winter favored heavy […]
No sooner have many unpleasant memories of the 2019 growing season begun to fade than we find ourselves looking ahead to contemplating potential residual weed management challenges in 2020.
Many people have commented that we have the best stands of corn and soybean across the state that we have seen in many years. Our dry planting window certainly helped […]
Fall Cover Crop Planning Begins Now – DTN Jan 29, 2016
AJ Blair won’t plant cover crops on his corn, soybean, cattle and hog operation in central Iowa until early fall. Yet the details of how and what he will plant […]
Fomesafen is used on almost all soybean acres in Tennessee, but some other herbicides commonly used in soybean have lengthy plant backs to grain sorghum as well.
There continues to be quite a few folks wanting to know how fomesafen applied last year could affect grain sorghum planted this spring.